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D) Trunk = Belly. 2 E) Wing Regions of the Wing: Brachium, Antebrachium, Manus Fig. 1.8 in Podulka et al. 2004.

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1 D) Trunk = Belly

2 2 E) Wing

3 Regions of the Wing: Brachium, Antebrachium, Manus Fig. 1.8 in Podulka et al. 2004

4 Bones of the Wing: Fig. 1.7 in Podulka et al. 2004

5 Wing Covering: Humeral Patagium, Patagium, Postpatagium Fig. 1-9 in Podulka et al. 2004

6 Feather Regions of the Upper Wing (and Adjacent Areas) Fig in Podulka et al. 2004

7 Feather Regions of the Under Wing (and Adjacent Areas) Fig in Podulka et al. 2004

8 Upper Wing Covert Nomenclature Fig in Podulka et al. 2004

9 Under Wing Covert Nomenclature

10 Peregrine Falcon or Prairie Falcon

11 1 3 Peregrine Falcon Prairie Falcon

12 8 WHAT TYPE OF HAWK?

13 Scapulars 8

14 9 Red-Tailed Hawk Patagial Marks 23

15 WHICH FLYCATCHER IS THIS? 10

16 1112 Western Wood Pewee Eastern Phoebe WING BARS

17 What Duck is This?

18 MallardAmerican Black Duck

19 Speculum 22

20 Wing Diversity

21 13 14 Red-Tailed Hawk Peregrine Falcon Red Grouse

22 F) TAIL Fig in Podulka et al. 2004

23 Rectrices

24 27 RoundedWedge-Shaped 28 American Crow Common Raven

25 28 Sharp-Shinned Hawk 29 Cooper’s Hawk Square (= Truncate) Rounded

26 Rounded versus Graduated Fig in Podulska et al. 2004

27 34 35 Graduated Yellow-Billed Cuckoo

28 30 Notched (= Emarginate) Pine Siskin

29 31 32 Forked Magnificent Frigatebird 33

30 35 Pointed 36 Mourning Dove

31 37 Upper Tail Coverts Northern Harrier 38

32 39 40 Upper Tail Coverts Lucy’s Warbler

33 Under Tail Coverts (= Crissum) Canyon Towhee Crissal Thrasher

34 43 44 Woodpecker Rectrices Downy Woodpecker Hairy Woodpecker

35 G) HIND LEG: Thigh, Crus, Foot

36 Regions of the Hind Leg: Thigh, Crus, Foot Fig in Podulska et al

37 Bones of the Hind Leg Fig in Podulska et al. 2004

38 Fig. 1-8 in Gill 1990 Relative Lengths of Tibiotarsus and Tarsometarsus

39 PERCHING Fig in Podulka et al. 2004

40 Podotheca Types Fig in Podulka et al. 2004

41 Primitive Terrestrial Tetrapod Foot Fig in Podulka et al. 2004

42 Fig in Podulka et al TOE ARRANGEMENTS

43 52 Anisodactyl 61

44 55 Syndactyl

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47 58 Heterodactyl

48 59 60 Pamprodactyl

49 Foot Diversity Fig in Podulka et al. 2008

50 47 48

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55 Falcon%20flight% jpg Photographic-Print-C jpeg albatross-flying-1-big.jpg ALE_040103_00065Z_S.jpg

56 animals/images/primary/ostrich.jpg bjay-archenemy.jpg Magnificent%20Frigatebird.JPG

57 32 AudubonBirds/MagnificentFrigatebird2.jpg jpg pictures/harrierhunts.jpg 38 Northern-Harrier-in-flight.jpg

58 organicchickendrumsticks/Chicken_Drumstick.jpg _JR58714-coot-lobed-feet.jpg 49

59 50 Turkey_Feet.jpg/800px-Turkey_Feet.jpg HFC_021004_00322A_S.jpg

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